Buyer Inspections: Buying a house may seem like an endless series of critical, important decisions. By having your home inspected you can trust the report will provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the home’s major systems and components—honestly and objectively.

Seller Inspections: Nearly all home buyers hire a professional home inspector to take a close look at their new house before closing. You can speed things along by analyzing the condition of your home and making necessary repairs now, before the house is under contract.

Roofing, Hail, Storm Damage: MN State Inspection Services will work on your behalf to evaluate damages you have incurred. Presenting a report that you can use when working with your insurance agent.

Manufactured / Mobile Home Inspections: Anchoring, electrical – aluminum wiring, owner-modified or otherwise unsafe wiring; Heating, flues, chimneys; Safety Exits – doors and push-out windows; unsafe steps and rails at entry doors; Smoke detectors critical – short exit time for this construction.

Real Estate Investor Inspections: Most real estate investors get pretty good at assessing the condition of properties over time. This process is a lot tougher for those folks just starting out. Investor’s underestimate what it is going to cost to flip a property until they gain experience. Spending time on the front end can save you thousands down the road in most instances. MN State Inspection Services are trained to find problems that may not be obvious to the untrained eye, and we will let you know the seriousness of those items found during the inspection. The key to reducing risk is enhancing preparation.

Foreclosure / Bank Owned Inspections: In such cases, it may be impossible to find out how well the home was cared for, or whether major damage was done right before the past owners left the property. Long before the previous owners stopped making mortgage payments, they deferred required maintenance tasks. Moisture intrusion leading to leaks and mold are just a few of the major problems commonly found by inspectors in foreclosed properties. If it goes well, you’ll enter into the deal with peace of mind and a better idea of what repairs you’ll have to deal with. That alone is worth the price of an inspection.

Maintenance / Survey Inspections: Are performed when a owner wants to have a professional evaluation of the maintenance and/or repairs needed on the entire home. Sometimes this is done because the owner is unable to fully and correctly evaluate the repairs that are actually needed. These are usually done so the owner can prioritize and schedule the work to be done so as not to cause extensive damage.

Partial or Systems Inspection: Are available for owners, buyers, sellers or investors who wish to know the condition of a particular system or structural components of the property.

A partial inspection may be performed on any one or any combination of the following components:

  • Exterior
  • Roof
  • Electrical Service
  • Heating and Cooling System
  • Plumbing
  • Water Heater
  • Foundation / Basement / Crawl Space
  • Fireplaces and Chimneys
  • Kitchen/ Bathrooms / Entire Interior Space
  • Attic / Insulation


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